Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock dated for PS3, Vita, UK retail

By Brenna Hillier, Tuesday, 15 May 2012 03:52 GMT

The PlayStation 3 version of Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock has been scheduled for later this month, with the Vita release to follow in June.

The PS3 release will be available worldwide as part of the PlayStation Network updates on or around May 23.

A very limited physical release will grace the UK, and will launch on May 25.

The Vita version is scheduled for June 13, as download only.

It’s not yet clear whether the game will support cross-platform purchasing; its normally responsive Twitter account has gone silent on whether buying one version of the game nets you the other.

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